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Hello, could you please identify this plant - it has recently flowered?

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Hi, it looks as though it could be Dracaena fragrans, but they don't usually flower until they mature, Derek.

1 Mar, 2015


Agree with Derekm's answer; that plant is definitely Dracaena fragrans and for whatever reason, it has decided to flower, lucky you - should be fragrant.

2 Mar, 2015

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